Kenichi Amaki, portfolio manager at Matthews Asia is set to join the Second Edition of the Funds Selector Summit to be held on 28th and 29th of April in Miami.
Amaki manages the firm’s Japan Strategy and co-manages the Asia Small Companies and China Small Companies Strategies. Now that the time has come to re-engage with Japan, he will share his perspective on the relevance of key governance changes that investors may have overlooked with all eyes on “Abenomics.” Kenichi will also explain how Japan has transformed from a “value” market to a “growth” market, and how the Matthews Japan strategy provides exposure to interesting investment opportunities across the market-cap spectrum.
The conference, aimed at leading funds selectors and investors from the US-Offshore business, will be held at the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne. The event-a joint venture between Open Door Media, owner of InvestmentEurope, and Fund Society- will provide an opportunity to hear the view of several managers on the current state of the industry.
Prior joining in 2008 as a research analyst, he was an investment officer for a family trust based in Monaco, researching investment opportunities primarily in Japan. From 2001 to 2004, he worked on the International Pension Fund Team at Nomura Asset Management in Tokyo.
Kenichi received a BA in Law from Keio University in Japan and an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley, and is fluent in Japanese.
You can find all the information about the Fund Selector Miami Summit 2016, aimed at leading fund selectors and investors from the US-Offshore business, through this link.